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C2C Business Connect is your solution for expanding and growing your business as well as raising awareness in the customer’s and target audiences’ mind for your offerings. The world of fashion is evolving constantly, and there is no dearth of designers. The trick, however, is to have the spotlight on yourself. This is done through savvy designs and product deliveries, but also through the use of emerging marketing tools and through reaching a wider audience. All of this must then be managed effectively and efficiently so as to assist and facilitate business operations and marketing.

C2C Business Connect offers you with compatible and user-friendly solutions for managing your business- from the front end as well as the back end. The company allows you to effectively and efficiently manage and allocate the resources available, and make the optimal use of time management as well. This is important because as it allows your company and personnel to respond to queries and feedback accurately and systematically.

C2C Business Connect allows your business to have a more systematic and an orderly face and manner. This is important not only for the internal management of the business that you are supporting, but also for managing the external image that your company projects. We offer solutions through providing you with: Social business relationship management (SBRM) Enterprise resource planning (ERP) Software as a Service (SaaS) These solutions will aid in the smooth and UN-obstructive running of your business as well as allow you to penetrate the masses at large. The SBRM will enable you to use the social media platforms and gain advantage through them. It will not only identify the potential platforms that will be useful for you, but will also help you generate and reshape the content that you are planning to display. This content will be tailored to match your business offering as well as the needs of the customer. The match created fills in the gap and leaves no room for discrepancy or loopholes in between the customer and your business. The ERP will similarly help you mange internal business resources and people. The SaaS will help you keep track of the activities and the processes that are being implemented and run through your business, as well as allow the tracking of results for these processes.

C2C Business Connect will work for your company because it will allow you to tap into the global market and audiences. As our offerings are implemented through the World Wide Web, our solutions will aid you in business expansion as well as gaining recognition. Through portrayal on the social media and savvy management of your business on the same, our solutions can help you gain awareness and results in the soonest time. Our solutions will also allow you to operate 24/7- you will not be limited by time or space anymore. C2C Business Connect allows you to explore your own potential and reach the heights in the global fashion world- marking your own designs and creating waves through imagination. With us, no destination is unreachable, and nothing is unachievable- C2C Business Connect is full of possibilities where nothing is impossible!

Thank You.

Samuel Alexander-CEO

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Concept 2 Consumption (C2C) Fashion and Technology is an Austin, TX-based business providing its clients with access to a revolutionary fashion ecosystem.  C2C is the vision of industry veteran, Samuel Alexander. By coupling more than three decades in fashion—with his experience leveraging technology— Alexander positions his clients to take advantage of the ever-evolving fashion industry. His latest creation, C2C, is a Global Fashion and Technology Ecosystem. 

C2C  Fashion and Technology enterprise is focused on reinventing the fashion industry through a unique integration of fashion, technology, medical and the arts. Our company endeavors not only to develop domestic production, but also to do so in an ecologically-sound and technologically-progressive way. Simply stated:  Our goal is to be the leader in fashion technology focusing on nano and bio-technology smart fashion. 

C2C Business Connect is  the business to business (B2B) platform; C2C V-Shop is the business to consumer (B2C) platform,  C2C Business Builder  is the ERP business network platform that will Integration all of end users' into one secure seamless networks, while providing the ability to transact business in real time. These three  integrated platforms enable businesses willing to harness the disruptive nature of technology to improve their competitive advantage in the global fashion industry with one complete ecosystem.


C2C Co-Lab provides Co-Lab incubation to fashion and technology-related startups

With our partners from private industry, government and education, C2C is building a creative company characterized by organizing, collaboration, incubation, and acceleration that will serve as model for the global fashion industry.  If you are interested in exploring how you might join in the collaboration, please contact me directly.





Sam Alexander CEO

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Concept 2 Consumption Fashion and Technology

  C2C is a fashion technology enterprise  focused on reinventing the fashion industry through a unique integration of fashion, technology, medical and the arts. Located in Austin, TX, our company endeavors not only to develop domestic production, but also to do so in an ecologically-sound and technologically-progressive way. Our goal is to be the leader in fashion technology focus on nano and bio-technology smart fashion. 

Please contact us of any interest in being a partner of our future. The project is developing a new  phase of smart fashion. Currently, we have partners representing private industry, government and education. And, the overarching goal of this C2C is to build a creative company characterized by collaboration, incubation, and acceleration that will serve as model for the global fashion industry.

As you might imagine, each partner will contribute resources in accordance with its core strengths. Thus, as to the specific contributions that your company could make certainly remains open for discussion. I suggest we discuss the ways in which your company might be interested in contributing  and learning about C2C projects. Of course C2C would welcome financial support, assistance with labs, product development, education and training resources, etc. However, collaboration on all levels is the core mission of the C2C, so the specifics of a partnership would need to be further explored at your convenience.

Samuel Alexander-Founder/CEO

C2C Fashion and Technology

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Written by

Oliver Wright, Managing Director, Strategy, Consumer Goods and Services, Accenture

Zara Ingilizian, Head of Consumer Industry and System Initiative, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum LLC

Two powerful forces are transforming the nature of consumption. The empowered consumer and disruptive technologies have sent companies scrambling to find new strategies and business models for creating consumer value. At the same time, businesses are having to overhaul their operating models to drive innovation and increase their market agility.

In short, there is a digital revolution in consumer industries. To survive in a new, more collaborative environment, players must reinvent themselves to drive inclusive growth for business and society.

Revisiting the sources of disruption

Last year’s World Economic Forum Future of Retail Insights Report outlined the transformation of consumer industries. It showed how the Fourth Industrial Revolution is unleashing an unprecedented level of digital disruption that is affecting entire systems of production, distribution and consumption.

Digitalization has transformed the way that consumers discover, evaluate, purchase and use products and services. As they have become more connected, consumers have also become more empowered. They demand experiences, not just products, and have become active participants at every stage of the value chain – acting as innovators, marketers and even employees – with turbocharged expectations and demanding control.

Meanwhile, Disruptive Technologies (e.g. robotics, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence) are driving a step change in business performance, enabling companies to offer once-impossible services.

Together, these two forces have sparked an explosion of consumer-focused start-ups, whose new business models (e.g., sharing, on-demand and subscription models) are redefining the nature of consumption. We project that consumer industries will change more in the next 10 years than in the last 40 – and at an ever-accelerating pace of transformation. To stay competitive and meet dynamic market demands, businesses must reconsider their purpose and revamp their operating models.

Exploring the impact of disruption

Thriving in this new environment will require companies to make a series of strategic decisions about their business and operating models.

A business model defines how a company captures value and goes to market; it outlines target customers and markets, products and services, a revenue model, and channels to deliver value.

The business model drives an operating model, which leverages three key components – people, process and technology – to define how a business constructs and operates its capabilities to deliver its business strategy. The operating model is a blueprint for an organization’s capabilities and the key relationships between its business functions, processes and structures. It also identifies the key organization behaviors, as well as the enabling technologies and digital capabilities.

As companies prepare for the future, they must redefine their operating models. No function and virtually no role in the industry will remain untouched as the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies transform the nature of consumption. Employees and leaders alike will need to operate very differently.

‘End-to-end’ thinking will draw functions together, reshape roles, eliminate large blocks of activity and transform others. Vital new capabilities will be needed to achieve unprecedented consumer intimacy, embed predictive analytics in decision-making, build collaborative ecosystems, and support the increased range of business models.

Further, Disruptive Technologies will dramatically change how work is done, integrating the roles of people, processes and technology. New skills and dynamic, adaptable workforce models will be required to optimize the operating model. A new strategy will govern this operating model, balancing organizational agility and the unique value proposition of each business model with central resources and shared consumer insight.

Internal evolution will not be enough, however. In this newly complex world, no company can operate in isolation. We are now in the age of the ecosystem, where industry players come together to deliver seamless consumer solutions. Individual companies are expert in a specific area, but satisfying consumers requires experts in various areas to co-operate within ecosystem partnerships.

Ecosystems will become the source of new market creation. Complete consumer experiences will not only bring together traditional value-chain partners, but create alliances with entities from outside the industry and with consumers themselves. Linear value chains will become cross-industry networks in which each business defines its strategic role within the ecosystem, focusing on core competencies and ceding capabilities and activities it once owned to new partners. As each player focuses on its comparative advantage and leverages partners’ strengths, ‘co-opetition’ arrangements will maximize collective consumer value.

Considering societal implications

Shockwaves from the impact of the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies on business will be felt across society. As the Future of Retail report showed, public-private collaborations must address and mitigate three major societal effects:

  • The effect of physical retail evolution on communities
  • The transformation of the workforce
  • The environmental consequences of last-mile delivery

While each of these is critical, we believe workforce repercussions will be the most extensive – and the most challenging to overcome. As such, it should be a primary target for public-private collaboration.

New operating models will reshape what work needs to be done and who does the work. They will need a fluid spectrum of adaptive, responsive and innovative workforce models – encompassing traditional employees, partners, freelancers and consumers-as-employees – that can meet demand with the right talent at the right time. Traditional employees and partners will provide deep business expertise and operational consistency to sustain performance. Freelancers and consumers will make up a flexible, on-demand workforce to fulfill immediate needs and provide specialized or rare skills. Managing this mix of workforce models will require significant changes in organizational culture and leadership.

To sustain these mixed workforces, companies will need to revamp talent-management activities and overhaul training efforts to enable continual upskilling and retooling. Educators must create curriculums that give students the attitude and adaptability they will need to be the employees of the future. Governments will have to help workers navigate job transition, providing a better safety net to support displaced workers, while also fostering economic growth with new labor regulations that suit new employment models. Finally, the public and private sectors will need to collaborate to expand availability and access to continuous learning opportunities, so that workers can acquire the necessary skills to change with the market and emerging technologies.

Embracing the ‘new’

The companies that survive the next 10 years will be the ones that embrace the Empowered Consumer and Disruptive Technologies. They will be data driven and far more externally oriented, working seamlessly with new partners, on-demand employees and (as part of an extended workforce) consumers.

The industry cannot reinvent itself on its own, however. Businesses, policymakers and educators must all embrace the coming changes. Each will have a crucial role to play in developing dynamic commercial and labor marketplaces, supported by effective labor regulations and relevant educational opportunities. But, more than anything else in an age of continuous disruption, open collaboration will be key to driving positive outcomes for consumers, workers and industry players alike. This initiative is designed to start the conversations that will lead to that collaboration.

The Future of Consumption System Initiative will publish its report on the future of operating models later this year. The latest news and research from the initiative can be found here.

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Samuel Alexander

Concept 2 Consumption (C2C) is an Austin, TX-based business providing its clients with access to a revolutionary fashion and technology ecosystem.  C2C is the vision of industry veteran, Samuel Alexander, who has more than three decades of experience using technology to position his clients to take advantage of the ever-evolving global fashion industry.  Alexander is making his global contacts—with world-class specialty retailers, department stores, manufacturers, factories, mills, and trade commissions—available to businesses willing to harness the disruptive nature of technology to improve their competitive advantage.
C2C delivers expert guidance:  Project Management; Product Design/Development; Global Sourcing/ Production; Strategic Branding/Marketing; and, Technology Integration, including Wearable Technology.
We provide expert guidance and support for a broad range of businesses—whether a fledgling designer or an established manufacturer or retailer, C2C can provides expert consulting, production, and marketing services through its state-of the-art business to business (B to B) and business to consumer (B to C) Order Register platforms.

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